Love Ditching Imposter Syndrome? Please Help To Spread The Word!

Please could you help to get the word out there about Ditching Imposter Syndrome*? Here are some practical things you can do to help more people find out about how it could help them:

* Full info on the book (press release etc) is at the bottom of this page.

Tell People Why You Love The Book

Share a photo of the book - or even better, you with the book - and let people know in one or two sentences why it's important to read it.

If you can include how it has helped you, specifically, this makes it even more interesting for them.

And you can share the book's URL:

Share My Launch Day Post About The Book

Tag someone in the comments or share the post, with a brief explanation of why you think it's important to read it!

To help even more, you could include the book's URL in your description:

Write A Post Of Your Own

This is a bigger ask, but it can really resonate with your tribe.

Perhaps you could share something from your own journey with Imposter Syndrome? Or how it has affected your clients or colleagues?

Giving people a clear reason to read the book - and to take action now - will really help.

For inspiration, the book's press release is below.

Do A Joint Live Stream Or Podcast

Got a tribe who would LOVE to clear Imposter Syndrome, once and for all?

Then let's do a joint Q&A-style live stream via your Facebook group or page. Or we could record an episode for your podcast together.

We can make it upbeat and practical, so they finish feeling inspired and empowered.

Here's my calendar to book a slot for this:

Share My Video About The Book

Tag someone in the comments or share the video, with a brief explanation of why you think it's important to read it!

This is one of the easiest ways to help to spread the word.

Thank you!!!!

With love, Clare xx

Press Release: For Immediate Release

Ground-breaking New Book Reveals How To Identify And Overcome Imposter Syndrome Forever With Unique Approach

Ground-breaking new book Ditching Imposter Syndrome, by Clare Josa, teaches a revolutionary approach to get rid of Imposter Syndrome, for good.

The book, published by Beyond Alchemy Publishing, is the culmination of Josa’s 15 years spent working with business leaders to tackle Imposter Syndrome.

Imposter Syndrome - the fear of being found out as a ‘fraud’ or ‘not good enough’, even when you’re performing well, is a previously little-understood phenomenon that affects up to 70% of people, at some point in their lives.

Grounded in the results of the 2019 UK Imposter Syndrome Research Study, which Josa has recently published, the book reveals why the usual mindset-based, cognitive approaches don’t actually work, meaning most people with Imposter Syndrome believe they are stuck with it. Josa shares exactly how Imposter Syndrome affects performance and causes so much stress, anxiety and damage to careers and home life.

She also shares her unique five-step system for tackling Imposter Syndrome with practical exercises based in practical psychology, NLP, Leadership Development and the neuroscience of performance, to help readers identify and then fully release Imposter Syndrome’s subconscious drivers, in a way that’s ‘fast, fun and forever’.

Josa says: “It is heart-breaking how many outwardly confident people are struggling in silence with Imposter Syndrome. But it doesn’t need to be that way - I want to remove the shame and taboo around the topic.

“And I want people to realise that it’s something that, with the right guidance, can be tackled quickly and simply. I help people to create breakthroughs in minutes, not months.”

The recently published research study found that 52% of female respondents and 49% of male respondents are struggling with Imposter Syndrome ‘daily’ or ‘regularly’, negatively affecting their performance, their productivity, team working relationships, their mental health, and their employer’s profit. Men and women handle Imposter Syndrome differently, and women are disproportionately disadvantaged by the way it affects them.

The study also found Imposter Syndrome to be a key driver in the gender pay gap and lack of gender equality in leadership roles. Yet it found that few businesses have strategies in place to spot problems before they escalate, or any form of staff training, to support those with Imposter Syndrome.

The study found that women, in particular, are more likely to leave their employer to get a promotion, as a result of Imposter Syndrome, meaning companies are losing some of their best employees due to a problem that can easily be handled. Women also reported that they have avoided applying for a promotion or pay rise they knew they deserved (45%) and avoided opportunities to shine (30%) in the past year. 61% said they also routinely did not speak up with their best ideas, for fear of being found out as a fraud.

Ditching Imposter Syndrome, published by Beyond Alchemy Publishing, is available in hardback and eBook from 30th September 2019. and

A White Paper of the 2019 Imposter Syndrome Research Study is available here:

The research white paper PDF: https://ditchingimpostersyndrome​.com/research/


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Notes to editors:
The research was carried out in accordance with professional research study standards and included qualitative depth interviews and a 2,000 person quantitative survey.
Clare Josa is the UK’s leading authority on Imposter Syndrome, having spent the past fifteen years working with business leaders to help them to overcome it, as well as leading the landmark 2019 Imposter Syndrome Research Study and publishing her new book: Ditching Imposter Syndrome.

An expert in the neuroscience and psychology of performance, her original training as an engineer means her approach is grounded in practical common sense, creating breakthroughs not Burnout.

She is the author of eight books and has been interviewed by the likes of The Independent, The Daily Telegraph and Radio 4, amongst others. Clare speaks internationally on how to change the world by changing yourself.

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